Iowa State University InTrans Research Scientist in Ames, Iowa
Position Title:InTrans Research Scientist
Job Group:Professional & Scientific
Required Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of related experience
Preferred Qualifications:Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering or closely related field.Demonstrated ability to manage and lead engineering research projects.Experience in Transportation Engineering.Experience with asset management systems such as pavement management, sensing, and access management.Working knowledge of GIS software, relational database management software, and the Microsoft Windows operating environment.Strong knowledge of research approaches and techniques.
The Institute for Transportation (InTrans) is seeking to fill a Research Scientist III position.
InTrans is a hub of local, regional, and national transportation-focused research, education, workforce development, and technology transfer administering 15 centers and programs, and several other distinct research specialties, and a variety of technology transfer and professional education initiatives
Support research in traffic operations, safety, and asset management including conducting literature reviews, data analysis, modeling, and developing reports as well as interaction with funding agencies in forms of delivering presentations and progress updates.
Lead support research tasks related to data management and data analytics.
Lead and support the collection of field data and monitor and supervise students involved in the process including field demonstration activities in support of research projects.
Write journal articles, white papers, research reports and other publications.
Lead and support the development of proposals.
Level Guidelines• Senior-level position possessing high-level professional and/or technical skills working independently under minimal supervision to support ISU’s mission and department or work unit goals• Applies senior-level professional knowledge and expertise to work requiring greater latitude• Solves moderately complex problems and regularly exercises judgment to determine appropriate action• Regularly exercises judgment to resolve problems and determine appropriate action on a broad set of issue and problems. May provide recommendations regarding problems/issues outside the bounds of defined procedures and practices• Responds to complicated inquiries, provides training, and provides direction to lower-level staff• May provide supervision for one to two other staff (i.e., leads a small work team)• May lead projects for which well-defined practices and procedures may not exist• Provides guidance to students
Appointment Type:Regular with Term Appointment (Fixed Term)
Proposed End Date or Length of Term:July 14, 2022
Number of Months Employed Per Year:12 Month Work Period
Time Type:Full time
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Original Posting Date: June 8, 2021
Posting Close Date:June 23, 2021
Job Requisition Number:R5254
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